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OK for rats? Bifidus Regularis is just another bacterium, but probiotics are specifically "pro-" for people. For those of you who don't know, Bifidus Regularis is a bacteria that differentiates Activia yogurt from regular yogurt. I don't know if the usual live cultures in yogurt are also classifed as Probiotic.
 

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Yoghurt based probiotics are not bad for general use, but if you have a rat on a heavy antibiotics for any length of time or have an upset stomach you are better off with a proper probiotic like prolactin or similar as its much more effective in the animals gut.
 
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